Hi, I have a question. By MinQ

How to edit

Hi, It’s good to see you guys :)
First of all, I must seek you guy’s understanding of my english skill.
I live in South Korea, and non-native English speaker,
so I can use english as well as you guys.
Sorry to you. I want your understanding.
Ok, I have a question of n-track studio’s extension, '.sngw’
I want edit ‘.sngw’ files, so search a google, and find information.
and this site says,
'The program works with the following extensions: sgw, sng and sngw’
So I install n-track studio 6 demo, but ‘.sngw’ file is not open.
n-track studio cannot open the .sngw files? or If I purchase program, I can open ‘.sngw’ files?
Thanks to read this, have a good day guys. :)

nTrack saves a group of audio files that are in a project into a .sng and or a sgw file.
Both of which are related to music files.
I personally have not heard of a sngw file.
But someone here might have.
Purchasing the program will make no difference, it’s fully functional.
What is your sngw for? Where did the sngw file come from? If you made it with nTrack and accidentally added a w to the extension, that shouldn’t be much of a problem to fix.

Thanks to reply,
I didnt add w. Original file’s extension is '.sngw’
I found ‘.sngw’ file in Resident Evil 5 pc game’s sound folder.
that file’s extension is ‘.sngw’.
I’m amateur dubbing actor, so Me and with my friends want To patch the game sound. to Korean dubbed sound.
That is why I want edit ‘.sngw’ files.
To edit sound, Opened ‘.sngw’ file in cooledit, but It was not opened.
and I installed the n-track.
umm… then no way to edit the ‘.sngw’ files?

From what I have found. *.sngw files are actually Ogg Vorbis files but have the .ogg extension replaced with .sngw. I don’t think n-Track supports Ogg Vorbis? Anyway, Reaper does and IMO it is a much better editor anyway.

Make your overdubs and render them as Ogg files. Rename them to .sngw and you are good to go. (Maybe…?)

D

PS Just checked the features page… n-Track DOES indeed support Ogg Vorbis. Name your poison…

olleh!!! Thak you~!! It works!!!
HA!! It’s miracle!! Thank you Thak you!! XD
I save file as .WAV, and convert to .OGG, and Fix to .sngw.
And cover to original .sngw. It works!!
Oh god! thanks! I owe you sir!
Have a good day! :)




Oh! I made errors in my sentences
At fist tread,
so I can use english as well as you guys. -> so I cannot use english as well as you guys.
very very sorry. :’-(

Quote: (MinQ @ Sep. 24 2009, 11:01 PM)

olleh!!!!

Think that is Korean for El'Yeah! :laugh:

You never cease to amaze me Diogesneez.

Quote: (vanclan @ Sep. 25 2009, 6:45 AM)

You never cease to amaze me Diogesneez.

I try to be useful every now and then... :)

Actually... the "wisdom" of Google never ceases to amaze... and FRIGHTEN me. What do you think know about you and I that we may wish they didn't?

Gamesters like the Ogg Vorbis format because it compresses really well and still sounds pretty doggone good. I guess they change the extension for confusions sake? Dunno... but I'm happy MinQ can get 'er done now.

D

Looks like they frightened a word right out of your sentence, amazing! He’s guilty! :laugh:

Moved thread to tips sections. Excellent tip.

PACO

Quote: (Diogesneez @ Sep. 25 2009, 8:42 AM)

Gamesters like the Ogg Vorbis format because it compresses really well and still sounds pretty doggone good.

And no need to pay MS or Fraunhofer for licenses.
Quote: (Bubbagump @ Sep. 26 2009, 3:08 PM)

Quote: (Diogesneez @ Sep. 25 2009, 8:42 AM)

Gamesters like the Ogg Vorbis format because it compresses really well and still sounds pretty doggone good.

And no need to pay MS or Fraunhofer for licenses.

Yep. Good point Bubba...

D

I was just searching Google to find information on .sngw files and this thread helped me a lot. I just wanted to add that Audacity will convert .sngw files with no problem what so ever. So anyone with the same problem as me and the OP have will now have more info on how to convert them. :cool:

I’d swap my liver for Diog’s brain!

That’s how D got his brain. Now I’ve got his liver.

Quote: (Guest @ Sep. 25 2009, 8:42 AM)

Actually... the "wisdom" of Google never ceases to amaze... and FRIGHTEN me. What do you think know about you and I that we may wish they didn't?

That you know don't the difference between a subject pronoun and an object pronoun?

(Just kidding, D - you know I love you.)